Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Odeon Limitless Reviews: September 2016

As an avid film watcher, I recently decided to sign up for Odeon Cinema's Limitless membership. This means for £17.99 a month I can see as many films at my local Odeon's, as many times as I like. Essentially I view this as only needing to see two films a month to get my money's worth, which is more than do-able. With that in mind, I have decided to review the new releases on my monthly watch-list.



1 | KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS

Odeon Says: "Set in ancient Japan, Kubo And The Two Strings is the epic story of a young boy who sets out on a quest to reclaim his father's magical armour."

 
Kubo has been highly anticipated for me since I have seen the trailer countless times in my recent visits to the big screen. Cleverly surging through ideas of supernaturalism, family ties and destiny, this tale is fully of surprises and beautifully put together. Though I thought it relatively dark at times for its PG rating; I would describe it as a film for all ages, if you're into fantasy family films of course.


2 | BRIDGET JONES'S BABY

Odeon Says: "Bridget is 40-something, has broken up with Mark Darcy, and is pregnant. The problem is no one knows who the father of 'Bridget Jones's Baby' is - not even Bridget herself."


As a long standing Bridget Jones fan, I'd been very excited to see another instalment. Renée Zellweger is one of my favourite actresses, mostly because of this role. There's a reason Bridget is loved by the whole of the UK at least, and its because of her relatability to all the rest of us who haven't quite got their lives together yet, riding out every clumsy trip and awkward moment with humour and style. The third film will not let you down, full of laugh out loud moments and another classic Bridget love triangle spiralling into madness, all whilst moving with modern society, 'Bridget Jones's Baby' is another great addition to the wonderful world of Bridget Jones.

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